Publications

Selected publications by William.

Is a Dollar Crisis Coming?

This article was published in the Summer 2022 edition of The International Economy. William White notes that forecasts to date ...
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How central bank mistakes after 2019 led to inflation

William White wrote the Forward for a New Zealand Initiative publication, authored by Graeme Wheeler and Bryce Wilkinson, in which ...
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The weaponisation of finance and the future of the international monetary system

The C D Howe Institute published on 10 May an Intelligence Memo written by William White. It provided a succinct ...
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Canadian International Council

On November 18, the Canadian International Council (CIC) posted on  their website a paper prepared earlier by William White for ...
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If something cannot go on forever, it will stop.

At the end of March, the Council on Economic Policies (a Zurich based think tank) posted this piece written by ...
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Data science in economics and finance for decision makers

A book with this title, edited by Per Nymand-Andersen and published by Risk Books, became available on 23 March. William ...
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The full case against ultra low and negative interest rates

On 17 March, INET published on its website a blog note (summary) and  Working Paper by William White. The Working ...
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International financial regulation: Why it still falls short

Previously a Working paper posted by INET, this article has now been published as a chapter in a book called ...
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The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

In this article, published in the Winter edition of “The International Economy” magazine, William White identifies four interrelated and systemic ...
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Five considerations for a sustainable recovery

On 16 September, William White participated in a webinar panel chaired by John Orchard, the CEO of OMFIF. Other panelists ...
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Unsustainable policies and their remedies: five questions that need answering.

OMFIF and the BSIA (Balsillie School of International Affairs)  jointly published on 16 September a piece authored by William White ...
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International financial regulation: why it still falls short.

The Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) recently published a Working Paper by William White. He argues that changes to ...
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